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Broken Boundaries: Ellora's Cave e-book

by Evangeline Anderson

Broken Boundaries book. ebook, Spectrum, 163 pages. Published March 2009 by Ellora's Cave

Broken Boundaries book. Chaz is the youngest recruit the Academy has ever seen. Published March 2009 by Ellora's Cave. Broken Boundries by Evangeline Anderson is a bit of a weird one for me. There were definitely some bits that I liked, but lots of the book just drove me a little bat shit. I am willing to whip out my big ole suspension of disbelief undies for a good story, but unfortunately some of the world building and details of the ship flying were a little over the top.

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Chaz is the youngest recruit the Academy has ever seen. Godlike reflexes and hawk eyes make him a natural gunner assigned to fly the futuristic ship with technology so advanced it’s still classified. But it takes a two-man crew and Chaz, the lone wolf, must have a partner. On his first day he meets Ferron, the most dangerous man at the Academy. The ice blue eyes and scarred face of the older cadet aren’t enough to scare Chaz. Nor are the rumors that Ferron killed his last partner. But when he finds out they are to be a team, his anxiety starts to mount. Tension climbs to a breaking point when Ferron informs him that in order to fly the Needle he and Chaz must have their bodies pressed together in a dance of sensual intimacy that makes the sexually straight Chaz angry and uncomfortable. Ferron must master Chaz completely and break down his physical and emotional boundaries. The only thing that will keep them alive is their partnership—any space between them means certain death.
The book had 242 pages or 4564 locations on my kindle. The book was about 2 men, Eric Ferren and Chaz Brighton. Chaz was a straight needle pilot. Eric was a gay pilot. The 2 men reluctantly become partners in space. The book contained some heated, intense, hot kisses, sex play, rimming and oral sex. The book also contained a couple of anal sex scenes, one kind of rough. The book had an interesting twist. The men, had to maintain an extremely intimate relationship, shower together, eat together, sleep in the same bed etc., in order to be good pilots. The men were ok. Ferren was dominant and comfortable with his sexuality. Chaz was stubborn and did not want to have feelings for another man. He fought his newfound desires,for his partner, throughout the book.
The two reviews that slam this book for its lack of sci-fi originality and believability crack me up. If you are wanting to read an m/m for the plot, maybe this isn't for you. I mean really, is it ever likely that the best way to fly a spaceship is to do it during anal sex? Probably not. But is it hot? Especially knowing that one of our characters wants it and is terrified of it at the same time? Yes!

My complaint was that Chaz took the 'protest too much' angle a little far. Like 10 pages too far. And his reactions to things were not great. This is also the third Anderson book I have read and I am getting pretty sick of the relentless gay bashing problems. It seems like a pretty easy fall back issue and I think she's gotten a bit too comfortable with it.

I liked this book a lot though, mainly because it was so outrageous. Read it for the hot ridiculousness of it, not because you're looking for the next Gene Roddenberry or Asmiov.
The intro to this book had me, I hadnt read something like it and I loved it. The characters of this book was very very well written and I loved how you got to hear from both the main characters and not just one. The pace of the book was great, a page turner and made you want to know what was going to happen. Chaz was awesome he didn't just jump into things with both feet, he actually thought about what he was going to do. He was strong, stubborn, kind and alittle shy. Ferron oh boy man he was awesome and hot. He had everything in a main guy, strong, sexy, a dark said, honest about what was going to happen and kind. He pushed Chaz when he knew he had to and it was great to see these two really come together. You really wanted them both to have that happily ever after with each other. This book had it all danger, stubbornness, sex, caring, fighting and more. Love love it.
Overall I really enjoyed this story. Not sure why because I found Chaz to be a barely likable character. His angsty whining ALL the time really grated my nerves. Ferron on the other hand I liked very much, he was a straight talker and tried really hard to take care of the whiner despite all the crap. The secondary characters did their jobs well also, I liked and hated them as intended by the author. My only issue, other than a whiny main was some of the repetitive language. Too many phrases used over and over. But, as I said I did enjoy the book and read it in just a few hours so I obviously liked it well enough.
Rarely does an author have the ability to entrance you with style yet make you keenly aware that you had also proceeded down this path. Self loathing, denial.and yet to have that complete love as a possibility. Deals in sci if genre but really encompasses the pain of self realization we all went thru.
I'm not going to give anything away but will only say that hate and prejudice exist in all forms everywhere. In this story, the author explores straight men who bash gay men, gay men who bash straight men, bullying, group think, a male dominant culture in all its forms (yes, gay men are still men and they do stupid male things). What do you call gay men who are prejudiced against straight men? Heterophobes? Anyway, there are lots of issues to consider in this story so you should read it.
I really like Evangeline Anderson books. This one did not disappoint. I try to read a book at face value, to enjoy it more. So some reviewers were highly skeptical of the way the military was portrayed in this story, but I didn't delve too deeply. It was amusing to think of the military creating a space ship that is manned by two naked men pressed together, the closer they are, the closer the connection between them, and the better they fly.

I did think that Chaz was a bit whiny, but this was his story, and he had to come to grips with who he is on the inside. He had never been attracted to men before, and to find himself wanting his partner Ferron, slightly (more than slightly) weirded him out. This was a genuinely "gay for you" romance with a happy ever after. It was a feel good story, at least for me.

The "controversial" sex scene that occurs between the two men, where Ferron exerts his dominance over Chaz and forces him to have actual intercourse was a sticking point between their relationship. Chaz is done being gay at this point. He hates Ferron, he hates himself. He is not in a good place. I wish we were given more insight into Ferron's feelings at this point, because he is hurting just as badly as Chaz. He is deeply regretful, and wishes to make amends, but Chaz won't let him. My heart was breaking for both of them. They were so good together, a beautiful team. I just wanted them to be happy. Any book (or movie or song) that makes me actually FEEL for the character, that makes me think of them later even after the show is over, is one that I give much respect to. It makes me like the story, even if I didn't enjoy all the aspects of the plot. For that alone, for me to still be thinking of these two young men, two days after finishing the story, I give it five stars. I really liked it.
It was an okay read but the situation that the main characters were put in wasn't plausible. I couldn't identify with either character in this situation. Once I gave into the notion that perhaps this could happen, then the read was entertaining but I doubt I'll read it again.

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